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piling

[′pīl·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
Caking of ink on the rollers, plate, or blanket of a printing press or an accumulation of paper coating on the blanket of an offset press.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

piling

The property of a paint which causes it to gain viscosity rapidly during application, making it difficult to apply a smooth uniform film.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The North America piling machine market is estimated to be worth USD 1.19 billion by 2024.
"The growth of DPJ in the last five years and the prompt delivery of piling service by our company is due to the convention followed by of D.PJayasinghe Piling Co.
If a small floating dock is available, it would be helpful to hold materials and float one-self out to the piling. A diving mask will also help to view underwater situations.
In addition, the guidance document details some of the options that are available to piling specialists and presents best practice that can help reduce the risk of rig instability and further enhance safety of operations on-site.
The addition of North American Piling, with some 400 employees and revenues of CAD236.5m in the year to 31 March 2013, is expected to boost Keller's exposure to the energy and resources sector in North America, help it gain new customers and expand relationships with existing ones, while providing an immediate, substantial contribution to EPS, the buyer said.
1986.1985 inspection of experimental marine piling at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
Set against the mass of textured stone, the thin man-made planes of a rusted steel door and rusty faceted piling are peculiarly resonant.
Trudeau used to dig holes for pilings - those stilt-like pillars of concrete basic to the ground support for large structures.
Pile tests may fall into one of the two categories: tests to failure on trial piles, to prove the suitability of the piling system and to confirm the design parameters inferred from the site investigation, and tests carried out on production piles, to check the construction technique and workmanship and to confirm the performance of the pile as a foundation element [4].
As mentioned by Poulos [2], piled rafts embody a possible realization of the so-called creep piling design approach defined by Randolph [3], in which piles work under very high loads.